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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2011) 89 (2): 123–127.
Published Online: 17 February 2011
...). Bilateral implantation of STN DBS in a patient with preexisting, functioning GPi DBS to specifically treat motor fluctuations is, to our knowledge, yet unreported. Clinical Presentation: We present a case of PD who had well-placed bilateral GPi DBS that controlled dyskinesia effectively and improved...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1989) 52 (2-4): 103–119.
Published Online: 25 May 2010
...Malcolm B. Carpenter Thalamic nuclei implicated in the neural mechanisms of dyskinesia (1) have projections to components of the basal ganglia; (2) receive efferents from the corpus striatum, and/or (3) project fibers to regions of the cerebral cortex that generate signals which produce or modulate...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1989) 52 (2-4): 200–204.
Published Online: 25 May 2010
...-induced dyskinesia, idiopathic dyskinesia, symptomatic athetoid movement and symptomatic choreic movement, as well as that in Huntington’s disease, belong to the category of striatal symptoms. These symptoms may be alleviated by surgery on the pallido-Vo-complex projection, which is the main output...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1989) 52 (2-4): 79–102.
Published Online: 25 May 2010
...Malcolm B. Carpenter Thalamic nuclei implicated in the neural mechanisms of dyskinesia (1) have projections to components of the basal ganglia; (2) receive efferents from the corpus striatum, and/or (3) project fibers to regions of the cerebral cortex that generate signals which produce or modulate...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2010) 88 (1): 29–34.
Published Online: 20 November 2009
... dyskinesia. Interestingly, STN-DBS can also provoke or exacerbate dyskinesia. In the present study, stimulation-induced dyskinesia (SID) was found in the early stage (less than 1 month) after STN-DBS in some patients. The aim was to discuss this interesting phenomenon. Methods: Side effects of each electrode...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1980) 43 (3-5): 259–261.
Published Online: 04 May 2007
.... Stereotactic surgery Dyskinesia Cognitive function Thalamus Thalamotomy Meeting of the Amcr. Soc. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, Houston 1980 Appl. Ncurophysiol. 43: 259-262 (1980) Long Term Cognitive Effects of Stereotactic Thalamotomy on Non-Parkinsonian Dyskinetic Patients A.E. Bhanetii...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1982) 45 (3): 261–274.
Published Online: 12 April 2007
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Stereotactic surgery Dyskinesia Nucleus ventralis intermedius of thalamus Clinical neurophysiology Proc. 8th Meeting World Soc. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2004) 80 (1-4): 102–107.
Published Online: 29 January 2004
... approach in 30 patients, spasticity, dyskinesias and behavior were improved during chronic intermittent stimulation (frequency 185 Hz, pulse width 210 µs, voltage individually altered according to motor response at 0.5–4.0 V, 15 min on, 2–6 h off). Patients attained useful motor skill improvements...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2002) 77 (1-4): 33–39.
Published Online: 07 October 2002
...Chihiro Ohye; Tohru Shibazaki Recent advances on understanding the pallidothalamic relation lead us to perform Vim-Vo thalamotomy (combined thalamic lesion in ventralis intermedius nucleus and ventralis oralis nucleus) for cases with dyskinesia. In our recent series of thalamotomies, there are 12...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1998) 70 (2-4): 114–121.
Published Online: 30 October 1998
...H. Narabayashi With a short description of the historical background, thalamotomy and posteroventral pallidotomy (PVP) are introduced as effective means to alleviate motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease (PD). Rigidity and dopa-induced dyskinesia are improved and abolished by either of the two...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1998) 70 (Suppl. 1): 218–228.
Published Online: 14 October 1998
...R.F. Young; S. Vermeulen; A. Posewitz; A. Shumway-Cook 51 patients with medically refractory Parkinson’s disease underwent stereotactic posteromedial pallidotomy between August 1993 and February 1997 for treatment of bradykinesia, rigidity, and L-DOPA-induced dyskinesias. In 29 patients...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1997) 69 (1-4): 300–310.
Published Online: 03 July 1998
...Kyo-Ho Lee The author has performed 108 stereotactic thalamotomies using MRI (MGSTs) without ventriculography in 77 cerebral palsy (CP) patients with dyskinesia(s) from January 1992 to January 1997. The clinical results were verified in terms of improvement of major preoperative symptom and patient...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1994) 62 (1-4): 41–52.
Published Online: 11 April 1995
... lesions in the ventroposterolateral (VPL) pallidum in man not only improve the parkinsonian bradykinesia, but also the tremor, rigidity, and the L -dopa-induced dyskinesias disappear or diminish. The present study shows that VPL pallidotomy improves several psychomotor functions, such as walking speed...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1985) 48 (1-6): 309–314.
Published Online: 17 June 1986
...H. Narabayashi; F. Yokochi; Y. Nakajima Two cases of oromandibular or buccolingual dyskinesia, which did not respond to medical therapy, had lesions produced in the Vo complex of the thalamus by microstereotactic surgery with almost complete relief of symptoms. It was assumed the symptom, as well...